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Aug 27, 2019

Hate crime charges filed against man accused of assaulting Burien Mayor


Hate crime charges were filed against an Oregon man accused of assaulting Burien’s Mayor. For the first time, Mayor Jimmy Matta is talking about the attack.

Sep 27, 2018

‘We will not tolerate gang and gun violence in Burien,’ mayor says as shooting victim remembered

The Seattle Times

Two of Gabriela Reyes-Dominguez's sons spoke of their mother's love and compassion for everyone who came into her life.

Jul 25, 2018

Seattle’s bike lobby needs to check its privilege


A single downtown bus lane is costing $12 million. The cost of the Burke-Gilman “missing link” in Ballard is now pegged at $23.5 million. The city is removing small and minority-owned business parking in Northeast neighborhoods like Wedgwood and Roosevelt. The average Seattle taxpayer should be infuriated.

Oct 10, 2017

Latino Civic Alliance wants task force to address youth violence

King 5

Tuesday night friends and family gathered to remember David, a 14-year-old shot and killed by a 13-year-old in Everett last week.

Feb 27, 2017

Latino Legislative Day rally draws over 1,000 to the Capitol

The Olympian

Numbering over a thousand supporters participating in Latino Legislative Day march from the DSHS building on the east Capitol Campus to the north steps of the Legislative Building in Olympia for a short noon rally Feb. 27th.

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